...the rule's constitutionality by applying a three-prong test, the Schmid analysis, which directs courts to weigh: (1) the nature, purposes and...
A homeowners association's ban on political signs in windows, especially those posted by a candidate for public office, violates state constitutional free speech guarantees, the New Jersey Supreme C
..., and applying the three-factor test outlined in State v. Schmid, the trial court found the sign prohibition did not violate Khan...
Third Circuit holds that bad faith is a prerequisite to a finding of spoliation
For the reasons expressed in State v. Hudson , the sentencing court erred by imposing an extended-term sentence on defendant for an offense that she pleaded guilty to second in time but that was com
A man convicted of drug charges wins a hearing on his request for the arresting officer's personnel records so he could pursue a racial-profiling claim
New Jersey Law Journal
...Judges Edith Payne and Douglas Fasciale disagreed. They applied State v. Schmid, 84 N.J. 535 (1980), which requires consideration of fairness of...
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